In this issue of Enews:

  • Liberty High School
    • Last Day to Register for Winter Sports is Tomorrow - Nov 15
    • Winter Sports Info Night - Mon, Nov 25 6:30 pm -
      • Mandatory for Winter Student Athletes to Attend
    • Donating to your Favorite Liberty Club or Sport
    • Fall Play - Pride and Prejudice Opens Tomorrow - Nov 15
    • The Patriot Press
    • Community Forum - Resiliency after Grief and Loss - Dec 2 at 7pm
    • Advanced Placement Test Fees
    • Campus Fencing Project
    • Holiday Gift Barn - Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank
  • Issaquah School District 
    • Family Sock Hop - Issaquah Community Center - Nov 15
  • Liberty High School PTSA
    • Thank you PTSA Staff Appreciation Volunteers
    • Congratulations LHS Reflections Art Contest Finalists
  •  School Calendars     

Last Day to Register for Winter Sports is Tomorrow - Nov 15

Gymnastics started on Nov 11.  All other Winter Sports start Monday, Nov 18. 

Sports Registration is a TWO-STEP process.  In order to be REGISTERED, you must

  • Complete the Online Process  AND
  • Submit Documents In Person at Liberty by Nov 15

Please visit Liberty’s Sports Registration web page for links and information. 

Winter Sports Info Night

Monday, Nov 25 - 6:30 pm

Winter Sports Info Night will be held in Liberty’s Landback Auditorium.  Winter Sports Info Night is MANDATORY* for all winter athletes and a parent/guardian.  Sports Info Night consists of an Initial Presentation by the Athletic Director, Danielle Zelinski, followed by individual Team Meetings with coaches.

*If a student/parent attended the Fall Sports Initial Presentation, they need only attend the Team Meeting with coach.  Student-athletes/parents are required to attend the AD’s Initial Presentation only once per year.

Donating to Your Favorite Liberty Club or Sport 

Looking for an easy way to donate to your favorite Liberty High School club or sport?  Now anyone with internet access can make a donation.

Go to the Issaquah School District pay online website here:

  • Choose the big blue button “Make a Donation”
  • Choose the school Liberty High School
  • Choose the group to which you wish to donate

The money will go directly into your favorite club’s / sport’s account – hooray!  No user ID or password required! 

Fall Play Opens Tomorrow - Nov 15

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, adapted by Jon Jory

Come see our students perform this timeless classic in a splendid fast-paced adaptation!

Performances: November 15, 16, 21, 22, 23 @ 7:30 PM,                      Saturday Nov 23 @ 2 PM

General admission and On-line Price $10                                                        ASB and Senior Citizens $8

Save time and purchase tickets in advance on pay online starting 11/1 and through 11/14, under the category "Performing Arts". *$8 price not available on-line. Be sure to print out your receipt and bring it to the will call table at the theater the day of the performance to pick up your tickets.

Tickets also available to purchase at the door with cash or credit/debit card, checks no longer accepted- thank you.   

Pride and Prejudice

The Patriot Press

Want to know more about what goes on at your kid's high school? The Patriot Press, Liberty's very own student newspaper, has you covered. We pull back the cover on news in the Liberty community, check in with Liberty's sports teams, and showcase a variety of students all around the school. And the best part is that all of our articles are available on our website! If you missed our first issue of the 2019-2020 school year, published September 27th, make sure to check out all the articles and more online exclusive content at, or follow us @lhspatriotpress4 on Instagram.

Community Forum - Resiliency after Grief and Loss - Dec 2 at 7pm

On Monday, December 2, Liberty High School will be partnering with Swedish Medical Center to host a forum on “Resiliency after Grief and Loss”. 

This event, from 7:00-9:00pm in the LHS Theater, will be presented by Laura Takacs, LISW, MPH, Director of Clinical Services at the Grief Center at Virginia Mason Hospital.  Ms. Takacs will discuss the process that people go through as they experience grief and loss in their lives, and will present strategies on how we can help one another and ourselves.  This is a free event.  Please join us! 

Advanced Placement Test Fees

If your student signed up for an Advanced Placement (AP) test, the fee(s) have been assessed to your student’s account.  The fee for each test is $94.  If your student decides not to participate in an exam, $40 of the exam fee is non-refundable after Friday, Nov. 15.  If your student would like to add an additional exam, there is a $40 additional fee for any exam added after Friday, Nov. 15.  The exam order will be finalized in early March and at that time no further changes will be possible.  Please use the “Pay Online” system on our website to view and pay this fee by Friday, Dec. 13. 

If you would like additional information about AP testing, such as specific exam dates and times, as well as what to bring on exam day, you can find that information on the LHS AP website:

Campus Fencing Project

Starting soon, new fencing will be installed on the east side of the Liberty Campus.  During this project, there will be no parking along the street on 169th Ave SE. We will update with specific dates as we get them.  Once the project is complete, parking will resume as normal.  Thank you in advance for your patience during this time. 

Holiday Gift Barn - Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank 

Each year Holiday Gift Barn serves children in the Issaquah School District. We turn Pickering Barn into a huge department store where parents choose gifts and stocking stuffers for each of their children. We also have a wrapping station and child care so gifts can stay a surprise until Christmas morning.

Register now through November 29! 

Families residing in the Issaquah School District can register online starting November 4th - November 29th. This year's shopping days are Wednesday and Thursday, December 4th and 5th, 2019. For those living outside the Issaquah School District, but within our clothing bank service area, holiday shopping will be available for parents at the Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank beginning Monday, December 9th.

*NEW THIS YEAR: All participants need to either be active, registered clients of the IFCB or provide documentation of residency within our food bank service area (98027, 98029, 98075, 98059), OR documentation that their children attend an Issaquah School District school.

For more information and important program details, and to register for Holiday Gift Barn, please see our client registration toolkit

Issaquah School District


Family Sock Hop - Issaquah Community Center - Nov 15

The Family Sock Hop is coming up on Friday, November 15, at the Issaquah Community Center. 6:30-9:00pm. For all ages! Join us for our inaugural 50’s themed event, complete with root beer floats! $18/family; $15/for Issaquah residents. Please register by November 8 at 425-837-3300 or

Liberty High School PTSA


Thank you to all of our PTSA Staff Appreciation Volunteers who helped make last week's "Casserole Extravaganza" Luncheon so wonderful for our Liberty Staff! 

Special thanks to all the PTSA volunteers that made this lunch possible: KaseyAnn Morrelli, Stacy Morford, Sherrie Corrington, Jennifer Hines, Dinah Prather, Laila Collins, Kristin Bartholet, Chris Longfellow, Myrriah Hayden, Michelle Riley, Eileen Rubenstein, Nancy Gunderson, Dawn Peschek, Stina Fluegge, Dana Rollison, Carrie Granados, Edana Peacock, Renee Gutierrez, Gretchen Battis, Leslie Kahler, Tina Abel, and Tisha Giulini.  

Congratulations to our Liberty High School Reflections Art Contest Finalists!

Thank you to all of our Liberty students who submitted their "Look Within" Reflections entries in the categories of Visual Arts, Literature, Dance, Film, Photography and Music Composition.

Congratulations to our Liberty Reflections Finalists in the following categories: 

Film: James Wilson

Literature: Ella McGee, Shagun Seth

Visual Arts: Cooper Ashbaugh, Brianna Nelson, Katharine Harris, Allison Peschek, Anna Sun, Ryan Reamy, and Abigail Prather.

Liberty's finalists advance to the Issaquah district level for judging along with entries from all 24 Issaquah schools. Our Liberty students will have their work displayed at the Issaquah PTSA Council district reception January 14th at Issaquah High School where the District finalists will be announced who advance to the State level for judging. 

Congratulations to our talented Liberty Students!

2019-2020 School Calendars

Our A/B calendar is posted on our website here

Liberty High School 2019-2020 bell schedule is posted on our website here

Access District Calendars here